The tie-in manga for Pokemon movie 12: Arceus and the Jewel of LifeLong ago, Legendary Pokemon Arceus was betrayed by a human it trusted with its life. Now Arceus is back for vengeance. With the help of their new friends Sheena and Kevin, Ash and Dawn must convince Arceus not to destroy humankind....
|Title||:||Pokémon: Arceus and the Jewel of LIfe|
|Number of Pages||:||200 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Pokémon: Arceus and the Jewel of LIfe Reviews
Personal Response:I've read a lot of Pokemon Manga's in my day but this was the first directly made off of a movie, and I have to say, I didn't really like it. I think that Ash should just stick to the big screen instead of the books. I read this book before I watched the movie and didn't think it was that bad. I would've given it a three or four star around that time instead if a two, but then I saw the movie. After I saw the movie (which was made first) I realized how much was missing with the book and I was all like "wow this actually really sucks". Plot Summary:A really long time ago the god Pokemon Arceus was betrayed by a human after he saved the Earth. He helped the humans and then he got mad and promised to one day destroy the planet. He was really hurt however after being attacked and had to rest for a while. JUMP TO THE FUTURE! Ash and his friends find some other people while on their journey and help them out with something. They get told the legend of Arceus and how the two that they met are descendants of the person who betrayed Arceus. Arceus shows up and starts blowing crap up and a few lesser god Pokemon show up to stop him. One of them sends Ash and co. into the past, specifically the time when the guy is betraying Arceus. Then they get sent further back in time and do a bunch of crap to save Arceus from being betrayed and essentially save the world (once again), how cliche.Recommendations:Either gender could read this just fine and any age like, eight and up would be fine reading it.
This book is talking about arceus and his plates losing trust to humans years ago he is there to distroy the pokemon world the ash and his friends travel back in time to save arceus can they do it?
This book is a cool story about a dystopia where a Pokemon is threatening to destroy the world. I think the plot should have been longer so the story could be more interesting. The book gave me an adventurous feeling. Second third and fourth graders would enjoy this book if they like adventurous books. This book is a manga graphic novel, which means that it is in the Japanese format. -Huron T.
I liked the book because it had the right amount of action. The character I liked the most is Ash because he is very skillful. The character I disliked the most is Markus because he upset Arceus and made it have vengeance on humans. The book is based on a Pokemon movie which was the twelfth in twelve years. I would definitely recommend this book to my nephew Aazim because he likes Pokemon.
Since I had seen the movie awhile back, long before reading the manga, I knew how this would end before starting it. But, that didn't spoil my enjoyment of this volume at all. I especially loved how the manga seemed to handle the small details alot better than the movie.
My review for No Flying No Tights is up here.
Kinda ok. Just not my favorite.